Monday, 15 May 2017

Government Denies British Plane Access To Fly Over Cameroon, For Fear They Want To Supply Weapons To Southern Cameroonians

Reports from high places relay that the Cameroon government have refused to grant a British Military Plane the authorization to fly over Cameroon and land in Nigeria, where they are to supply British Soldiers in Nigeria.

Our source say the denial is due to the fact that the regime is afraid the British Army is trying to help the Anglophones wage war against them from Nigeria.
British Plane Access To Fly Over Cameroon
The 108 soldiers who boarded the plane are presently being checked in into Kenyan hotels, where they will directly fly from Kenya to Nigeria, without hovering over the Cameroonian clouds.
Strange how even ones own shadow is a threat to him.

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